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  1. Well it has been a long time since this thread had an update so here it is. The 1925 Indiana is all but finished with just a few things to do but it now runs and drives and has been out to a few car shows where it has won 1st place every time so far. I sometimes take it to a show and don't register it so I don't win and sometimes I can't get away long enough with so many people looking and asking questions! Time is hard to find so not a lot has been done to it since 2012 but I will finish the little things someday. It has gone about 80 miles so far under its own power driving around Winamac an
  2. I thought I would update this post since I now have the "new" clutch parts in my truck and it is working fine! I have put about 7 or 8 miles on the truck so far and am now finishing up the small stuff and working the bugs out. It took me an extra year because I painted a 1964 Impala for a guy last summer and it took me all summer to do the body and paint work so I had to put my truck on hold. Now I have video of the first road test on you-tube with a link at the bottom of my web site. The answer to the original question of what does it fit is for me it fits a 1925 Indiana Truck. It might fit
  3. I have put off posting this until now so I would have some time to look things over and see how bad it is but here is what happened a week ago Friday. I have been working on the 25 Indiana a lot since the weather got back up into the 30's here and some of you know I had a problem last year getting the clutch to work right on the truck. Well, last summer I was able find the problem and fix it so the truck would drive and I could move it around so I pulled it out of the garage last week to air up the tires and clean the parking space so dust would not settle as soon as I cleaned the paint job a
  4. I pulled the cover off of my clutch in my 25 Indiana and found out I was wrong about the QX. It turns out it is a DX and stamped below that is 18 and I think 0 so it would be the same other than the 180 number. Since I crashed my truck into the back wall I now need this clutch to replace what I have that is not woking right. Bob
  5. Photo #2 in my first post and #1 and 2 in my second post is that Voyton truck sitting where you had seen it in 1995. The rear wheel was stuck so they could not move it. The new owner has the wheels free now but someone took the radiator after these pictures were taken and before he went to pick it up. I know the truck would be running if it were mine but he has never started it but I did turn it over by hand the day we were there. It now lives near Indianapolis Indiana. The guy I tried to buy it from when I first found out about it was Chuck Voyton. He gave me a price over the phone of "twenty
  6. Send me a message if you want to sell the parts you have of this. I might be able use some of it as a spare for my truck. I think it is close enough to the one in my truck and might work if I have any more problems with the one I have. Bob
  7. Frank, Funny you should metion the Voyton truck because that was it in my pictures in the building. I tried to buy the truck but they wanted a stupid price for it so it went with the building to a forclosure company of some kind. The truck offered for sale a few years later on ebay and was sold to a guy in Indiana where it now sits in his building. I have since seen it in person and took pictures and measurements of the bed for a patteren to build the bed on my 1925. I had pictures of that truck on my computer for about 10 years and even had factory drawings of that bed before I ever saw the p
  8. Hi Roger, That looks close to what my 1925 Indiana has in it but mine is a type GX. You are missing some important parts but some of what you have might be good for parts. Are you thinking of selling it or just asking what it is? I will look to see if I have any info on the DX. My guess would be it fits an old commercial type truck that would have been 1 ton or more.
  9. What you have is a picture of about a 1917 or 1918 Model D 2 ton Indiana truck. The hood tells me it can't be 1916 or older and this truck looks to be worm drive. I am including a few pictures of an Indiana from back in its day and a shot of a 1920 I know of in a building before it was offered for sale a few years back. The emblems picture is from the truck that is now on ebay before it was restored. I also included a picture of the emblem from the side of the hood of my 1925 Indiana and the last picture is my 1916 Indiana the day after I got it home. Hope this helps. Bob
  10. If you change your mind Scott and want someone to keep it as it is and just get it running, let me know! Bob
  11. Where did the last several posts go from this thread?????
  12. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Ozstatman</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Bob, Love your Indiana truck. From all accounts it's been a labor of love, dedication and persistance, 1980 to date is a looong time. A question though - The front part of the frame you found, was that from your truck or another truck?</div></div> Sorry it took so long to get back here. The frame I have is made up of 3 frames and two parts I had made. Only the rear half and part of the middle are from my original frame from my truck. The ba
  13. Mine was/is a 1925 Indiana Truck I found in the loft of a barn in 1980. I am still working on it and I hope to be able to drive it for the first time next year! http://www.angelfire.com/in/Bobshome/indianamotortruck.html Bob
  14. I saw somewhere that the first diesel powered truck was an Indiana that was run cross the US in the early 30's. By that time the Indiana Truck Co. was owned by White.
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